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Air America

by • April 27th, 2006

I probably won’t get to meet him, but I’m sure I will enjoy interpreting Al Franken in Brattleboro today. Gotta love this job!
I also like interpreting public events, because I think the rules for talking about them are somewhat different than the intensive confidentiality that is absolutely vital for most other work. I would still regard any private/professional conversations as confidential (among stagehands, say, or members of the audience with staff or performers or other members of the audience, etc.), but those things that occur on stage, in public, and for the public open up a space for some commentary.
ps: the cows are on the march!

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Andy Warhol in Brattleboro!

by • September 15th, 2004

The town’s agog with a special exhibit at our (fairly small!) museum which includes items from a private collection apparently not shown in public before.
The opening gala was covered by the local paper this past Monday: Wild About Warhol. (I often have trouble with the links to the local paper; they seem to take 2-3 tries to get through. If you want the article via email, let me know – I sent a copy to myself.)
I was contacted about interpreting this event but couldn’t manage to squeeze it in. Besides, what would I have worn? I’d have looked like I was slumming!

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